- Access Lawsuits: Private Enforcement of Accessibility Leads to Profitable Settlements Rather than Practical Access Solutions.
- April 2020 – Observations from the Trenches.
- Can an ADA website lawsuit violate the 1st Amendment?
- Court rules that ADA lawsuits are immune from Civil action by the state, even if alleged to be fraudulent.
- Riverside District Attorney sues ADA litigants
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Is California’s Program for Removing Disabled Access Barriers Effective and Fair? Yes and No, in that Order.
Improving access for the disabled in our built environment is an important societal objective. In the U.S., an increasing portion of our population are seniors with mobility issues, people with illnesses effecting their mobility, and war veterans with ambulatory wounds. … Continue reading
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Trends in ADA Litigation: Three Ways Access Lawsuits are Becoming More Predatory
Disabled access lawsuits have long had a predatory aspect to them. A large percentage of the suits target properties that pre-date the enactment of access laws. These properties were largely exempted from the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California … Continue reading
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